My City Buildings in Black and White

Street View-Wells Fargo Tower

Street View-Wells Fargo Tower

Side View Hotel Roanoke

Side View Hotel Roanoke

Taubman Art Museum

Taubman Art Museum

Wells Fargo Tower

Wells Fargo Tower

These buildings are my downtown city landmarks. I infrequently post black and white photos because I love color. However, I was inspired by the buildings theme of Cee’s Black and White Photo Challenge this week and I believe B&W is perfect for these strong buildings. Thanks for the inspiration, Cee!

I will also add these to Jacqueline’s Echoes of my Neighborhood challenge which I noticed when I viewed Kat’s very cool like mercury colliding blog post. It’s nice to take a look around the corner and see the world.

Posted on January 7, 2016, in home, Observations, Photography and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 19 Comments.

  1. I know these places very well. Lovely in Black and White! 🙂


  2. These pictures are simply fantastic. There is always something so beautiful about black and white pictures. Thank you Tildy for linking this to Echoes of our neighbourhood.


  3. Sometimes a black and white picture has more impact than colour.


  4. graydaysandcoffee

    such a nice variety!


  5. You city has some cool buildings. We don’t have anything bigger than maybe a 3 story office building. Like 99% are single and two floors only. Great entry.


    • Thanks! We do have a mix of styles. I think that tower is the tallest here. The art museum design was deemed too modern by some people, but I like that it is different. I think it looks a bit industrial in B&W.


  6. These pictures are very impressive in black and white. Special.

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